Found December 23, 2011 on Waiting For Next Year:
It’s tough to remember that another football game actually took place between Colt McCoy’s concussion and this coming contest between the Browns and the Ravens, but it’s true: actual football has been played since James Harrison went all full-forced Zenedine Zidane on the Browns’ quarterback. Seneca Wallace will be getting the nod once again, but his receiving corps is even further depleted due to an injury sustained by emerging slot option Jordan Norwood.  The Browns O-line crumbled at the worst possible time last week. Can they regroup and keep Wallace upright for the majority of a 60-minute slate? Let’s shake our magic Orange and Brown eight-ball. The Browns Will Win If… Editor’s note: Similar to the past weeks, we have started things off with sharing a take from Daniel Wolf from National Football Authority. Take it away, Dan-o… Daniel: Let’s be honest in saying that the Browns will not win this game. This is a Ravens team that is highly motivated to possibly land a first-round...
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